Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday June 11th , 2018

Jun 11 2018

Escrow.com

 One of the biggest mistakes people do is register “in the news” names.  For every headline story of someone selling a name for a lot of money,  are tens of thousands of names that go worthless.   This is PERFECT example of this bad strategy from a recent post at Namepros

With Justify winning the Triple Crown at Belmont Park, i justified taking a leap of faith, and bought a half dozen two word .coms like, JustifyRacing.com (not mine). I also bought a few strategic one word Justify.ntld’s that compliment the .com’s.

This may be stink’n think’n, but professional gamblers may want to own domains with “Justify” as part of the name. Maybe I need to sell them in Vegas or at the track

Anyone ever justified a strategy like this? Ideas or suggestions? Thanks,

New domain investors seem to feel that since they can’t afford the “good” names so they hand reg names to get ahead of a trend or buy a name in response to a major event.  It just doesn’t work that way.  And it’s not just newbies.  I’ve seen a lot of people that claim they are great domain investors waste their money on political or timely news domains.  As fun as it was to watch Justify win the Triple Crown, it would have been more profitable to put all that money spent on his domain and put it on him to win, place, and show.  Both are gambling.

The response of many alluded to the fact it was a bad move.  But it got worse

“i’ve registered 1,750 names in the last 12 months of which you may have seen less than 10%. And you do know what happens to you when you assume anything:xf.wink: Case in point, you’re so hung up on the .com’s vs. the nTLD’s you didn’t even notice my first post that started this thread where i CLEARLY stated i’d bought a half dozen .com’s using the word justify compared to a few one word nTLD’s using the word justify. So not knowing any of the .com’s i own, according to you,there’s a chance they might have some “real value”. Brad…before you criticize,you really should do your homework. If I were you i’d be embarrassed. Hint…I’m sure I could learn from you, but I know you’re way to close minded to learn anything from me. Sad….very sad”

He has 1750 names.  He has to sell $16,000 in names just to break even.  I sure hope he has better names to “justify” the stupid registering habits he has formed.   Here are today’s domains.  Hope you find a good one. Click to see the latest price

Quote of the Day:  It’s so hard to forget pain, but it’s even harder to remember sweetness. We have no scar to show for happiness. We learn so little from peace”  -Chuck Palahniuk

Domain of the Day:  BirdsNest.com      My favorite name on the board.  The price says its everyone’s favorites

 Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

PornHunter.com  It’s a pretty easy hunt

WishIt.com   Wish it and it may come

Fright.org     Great name for a horror movie fan site .  No bids

VDirect.com   In use by several people.  Upgrade

Gapo.com  I think its going to fly by the reserve

WeekendDad.com  Not worth a lot but there are a lot of them out there

FundPoint.com    This is the kind of name I would use for Bitcoin lending.  Not BitcoinLending.com

GoldenLights.com  Nice brand for under $100

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

BirdsNest.com  My favorite name on the board.  The price says its everyone’s favorites

ValuePark.com  Best priced airport parking

Vorto.com  Great sounding 5L.com   Sound “Spanish Techy”  Of course its almost $5K so a little more than Spanish techy

GTII.com  1995 LLLL.com     I for International

ARDesign.com  Upgrade name for dozens of companies

MyNewLook.com   Good marketing name for someone that is going to work on your looks

XIdea.com     Upgrade name.   Many companies called X Idea

TastyCoffee.com    as good of a coffee company name as any

MultiPool.com  Bitcoin mining name.  A pool of people that join together to mine crypto

FunnyHub.com  Old humor site with a good amount of history.  Four figures

73966.com   Moving closer to 5 figures

TotalPros.com  Several companies already think this makes a good brand

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

TriWave.com   Nice sounding brand for under $25 (at press time)  1998 birthday

ShaneCapital.com  Let me invest in you

DakotaJames.com  no bids.  Sounds like an established brand

OChecking.com  Online currency.  No bids

Giogi.com 5L with no bids

TheStoneOutlet.com Was a crowdfunded wholesale and retail stoyeyard that went under

Libmo.com  5L with no bids at $12

FavoriteCoffee.com Not as good as tasty coffee but its only $12 (at press time)

Superexperience.com  The kind of experience many want to have.  Not enough to bid though

TheCorkAndBottle.com  Liquor store all the way

 

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

06657.com
36like.com
48dw.com
AshlawnOpera.org
Assoluto.com
AtTheGate.com
BeautyPageantNews.com
BlockChainAdvise.com
Canarino.com
CaregiverVillage.com
Chaamp.com
CreditCardBuddy.com
CryptObrazil.com
CryptocurrencyUSA.com
CryptoNoise.com
Cryptoos.com
Curry-Shoes.com
DarkNipples.net
Date-Check.com
Dutufou.com
eLinked.com
Empleocolombia.com
FastForwardGames.com
FineIronBeds.com
FlashScreen.com
FleetGlobal.com
Flutex.com
FOXUnit.org
GoldEnvault.com
GraniteFactory.com
HeartfulHabits.com
HenriChicago.com
Herenistarion.org
HKCDown.com
Hkcios.com
HumanTribe.com
Initial-Coin-Offering.com
ISD.cc
Iyhui.com
JC0.com
JoshBuilds.com
LoanTokens.com
lzbou.com
Meizhaixiu.com

MyTwinPlace.com
NavDirections.com
Neosmt.com
NewsFultonCounty.com
Only5.com
OrganizedCrimeWaves.com
PlatinumPavingArizona.com
Priny.com
ProjectDriven.net
QQS163.com
RaiseTheRates.org
RealEstateTokens.com
Scriptci.com
ShineBar.com
smarthomesetup.com
SNTJC.com
Spausa.org
Synthetic-Motor-OilSite.com
Tanaya.net
Thad.org
therenwickhotelnewyork.com
Tongrd.com
Travola.com
Tuitui2.com
VictoryForTheWorld.net
VipTravelExperts.com
Visaoz.com
Vismaior.com
WetVapes.com
Wikileaks.info
YourRent.com

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2 comments

  1. Ategy

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    I think this case was more to do with a bad choice of domain as opposed to anything else.
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    I think about 2% of my portfolio are hand reg .. or even specifically “news” domains .. but you need to make very smart choices in these regards. The news you need to focus on is news about breakthroughs or trends / futuretech. Doesn’t even need to be tech. Last year I saw a report on oil safety that talked about “Bitumen pellets” where Bitumen transport could be made infinitely safer by forming them into safe ball shapes. I jumped to the PC to do a bit of research and then see what was available .. “Bitumen Balls” was already taken (which I thought would make for a more brandably friendly name,) but the actual term used “Bitumen Pellets”, as well as another I saw online “Bitumen Bricks” were both available. So I grabbed them hand reg (in com).
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    I realise it’s a future tech gamble. But given the information at hand .. *IF* the technology works out it will be a game changer in the energy transportation sector .. a multi tens of billions dollar a year industry. It’s still a lotto ticket .. but the risk to reward on that lotto ticket was just way too big to ignore.
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    I will agree on news of events that happened would not make good buys. A winning horse’s name is going to be hot for what? A week or two? Even then it’s not even necessarily a name that could ever be commercially viable. The only time I would buy a horse’s name is if I thought it could be a cool brand name (unrelated to the actual horse). Thankfully in this case “Justify” isn’t a horrible domain to get in better non-com’s .. but even then only in some TLDs .. many still wouldn’t be worth it.
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    On the same front I grabbed “America Votes 2020” (in com) off the drop .. because while it is a short window “news” domain .. “America Votes YYYY” is the exact match for what a large number of news organisations use for reporting on elections. So I’m very happy with that exact domain (although admit “America Votes” would be the monster domain for the category .. but I got mine for a fraction of a fraction of what that would cost .. so again the risk/reward was just too huge to ignore.
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    So at the end of the day I’d be prudent to blanket dismiss an entire type/category of potential domains .. but people need to be really smart about it .. because it certainly is very easy to throw your money away if you’re just grabbing something simply for the sake if it being a currently hot topic.

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